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palpable

Med capable of being discerned by the sense of touch

palpable

[′pal·pə·bəl]
(medicine)
Capable of being felt or touched.
Evident.
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He adds: "If a determination to maintain the current status quo leads to a palpably unsatisfactory outcome as far as the new powers of the National Assembly are concerned, it is highly likely that many in Wales will conclude that the only way forward is to ensure rapid progress towards a fully devolved justice system and a distinct legal jurisdiction.
Among them, perhaps most prominent are Moeen Ali and Gary Ballance - the latter palpably unlucky to be omitted from England's ODI squad in Sri Lanka and, even now, a plausible outsider to make the final 15 for that World Cup.
Russell's offence was more benign: he was palpably attempting to improve his position.
But the report said that despite intense security in Sochi, Russians are palpably nervous that following these attacks in Volgograd - which lies 700km north-east of Sochi - bombers could also strike elsewhere.
The Queen Anne over a mile might not have taken a great deal of winning at Royal Ascot last month with favourite Animal Kingdom, palpably, failing to give his running but Declaration Of War won well and he promises to be equally effective stepped up in trip.
Yet when Adebayor's contrasting form over the past two seasons is mentioned, there is precious little praise for the fact that Redknapp squeezed the best out of an unpredictable and difficult player, while his more fashionable successor has palpably failed to do the same.
Three hours later, his dismissal, caught by Tim Murtagh at mid-on off George Dockrell (above) (2-97) came as a welcome relief to the Irish camp, and their joy increased when Shaman Ainwar fell to Dockrell from the next delivery, palpably lbw not playing a shot.
Production has not picked up and the usual enthusiasm is palpably missing," said Damodaran of Standard Fireworks, a pioneer in the industry.
But the ministries concerned had been implementing the projects at a snail's pace, a palpably frustrated Gul Agha Sherzai told Pajhwok Afghan News.
The current economic system of limitless growth is palpably stupid and unsustainable and yet it sets the projected requirements for power, water and other resources.
It is an admirable stance by an admirable man, but ultimately any team or system is only as good as its players, and the quality of Wigan's squad is palpably limited.